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We exist to encourage & equip our family of independent churches to thrive, impacting our nation with the good news of the Lord Jesus Christ.
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Envisioning Independency, engaging with other groups and implementing national strategy.
Supporting ministry workers, accrediting Independent church leaders and revitalising churches.
Advising churches on charity law, property and governance as well as offering model legal documents.
Training workers for gospel ministry, equipping and funding future leaders for our churches.
Planting new churches and encouraging existing ones to be missional – both at home and abroad.
There are currently 560 church gatherings linked to the FIEC. They differ in size, structure and culture, but are passionate about the same gospel.
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Ministry AssistantWiltshire, Chippenham
Assistant PastorWiltshire, Chippenham
Reuben Hunter | National | Articles
The views of a pastor who believes the Christian Sabbath should be observed as a creation ordinance. This is the second of three articles on the subject of the Sabbath as part of our “All in the Family” series.
Paul Gibson | National | Articles
The views of a pastor who believes the Christian Sabbath should be observed as part of God's eternal moral law. This is the first of three articles on the subject of the Sabbath as part of our “All in the Family” series.
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